Time is supposed to be the one thing we cannot hold onto. However, Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry (www.msichicago.org) has done just that in its exhibit, Time, which features 450 clocks, watches, and other time-keeping instruments. As designed by architect Doug Garofalo and project architect Randy Kober, using steel and a material made from recycled milk jugs, the exhibit features curving walls that are translucent on one side and lit from within. Lighting was designed by the firm ...

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